LFC Daily News Clips | December 18, 2017

Good Morning

If you haven’t seen it already, check out the Louisiana story that’s gained national attention. Students at TM Landry College Prep in Breaux Bridge cheer the moment when 16-year-old Ayrton Little learns he has been accepted into Harvard University.

The Washington Post (via NOLA.com): http://bit.ly/2BBixNP

NBC News: http://nbcnews.to/2k9rYuaHave a great week. – Paul 


The Washington Post
Video of jubilant students at a small-town Louisiana school inspired millions

The Times-Picayune
Not 1, not 2, but 5 Ben Franklin students score perfect 36 on ACT

The Advocate
Our Views: Honing in on charter school enrollment apps is a team effort

American Press
LCCP charter extended

The Lens
Morris Jeff student robotics project takes inspiration from summer floods

American Federation for Children

Wisconsin Introduces First-Of-Its-Kind Gifted And Talented Education Savings Account

New School Choice ESA Proposal for Gifted and Talented Students Earns Bipartisan Support in Wisconsin (Scott Jensen)


Clarion Ledger
Time to expand education scholarship program to provide school choice for all students

U.S. News & World Report
Tax Bill Could Hand DeVos First Major School Choice Victory

Tax Savings for K-12 Tuition Riles Public School Advocates

The 74
Analysis: Like “Death Tax,” “Voucher School” is a Phrase that Aims For the Gut. It may also be “Fake News”

The 74
This Week’s ESSA News: Independent Peer Review Results Show States Largely Squandered ESSA Opportunities

Lessons learned in school reform

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